|Horseback adventures in Montana|
16 North Fork Road, Townsend, Montana
|Yellowstone & Glacier Parks||150 miles|
|Virginia City National Historic Gold Cam||100 miles|
|Lewis & Clark route||10 miles|
|Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman||70 miles|
|World Mining Museum, Butte||90 miles|
How about saddling up and riding horseback at dawn, without a building or fence to be seen? Or riding across mountain meadows full of all kinds of wildflowers, following the ancient routes Indians used in search of buffalo? Have you ever wondered what it was like to be a young cowboy 150 years ago, trailing cattle or catching wild horses? You can enjoy these experiences on your Montana Horse Country Adventure. Join us on a cattle drive, a horse roundup, or other ranch riding activities. We are dedicated to showing you a safe and exciting horseback adventure, whatever your riding skills are. We limit group size to foster friendships and to maximize your opportunity to enhance your riding abilities.
You'll awaken to a beautiful mountain sunrise, and the smell of a hearty cowboy breakfast wafting through camp. You will be riding in the field four to six hours during the day on cattle drives and the horse roundup, with a break for lunch. Ranch riding involves shorter distances and less continuous time in the saddle. (You may or may not be working with livestock; maybe you'll be packing salt or checking water tanks or fences.) You'll ride through ancient tribal hunting grounds and pioneer homesteads, with spectacular scenery in every direction. Following a satisfying supper, there's time to view plentiful birds and wildlife in the area. Day trips may be an hour or two of riding, followed by fishing, berry picking, or photography.
Guests may ride horses if they are ten years old or older. Minimum age to ride on the horse roundup is sixteen. Families are welcome.
20 guest limit on cattle drives or horse roundup. May be singles, couples, families, or groups.
Comfortable tent camps with cots and pads for sleeping. Tents are heated if weather is cool. Chuckwagon meals prepared from scratch at camp, served family style. Nightly campfire, assorted entertainment, such as singing, storytelling, games.
Guests may provide their own alcohol for moderate use.
No dogs or strange horses.
Ranch riding: 3 days, 4 night $700.00 per person 5 days, 4 nights $1100.00 per person
Cattle drives: $1500.00 per person
Horse roundup $1700.00 per person
International guests are welcome and encouraged. We have hosted guests from all over the world.
We are well acquainted with our big state. We are happy to help you plan other activities and sites you'd like to enjoy while visiting Montana.
Contact us for information on large group discounts, family discounts, or agent commissions.